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Old 22nd June 2011, 08:59 PM
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Default The After Hours 1986

Of course, everyone knows my stance on the original episode, so i was intrigued to see the remake with Terry Farrell
Well, after watching this episode for the first time, am stunned they could have remade this
It was a brave attempt at finding something new in this story IMO.

I do like the ending narration though likening life as a mannequin to a terrifying emotionless existence
However, turning the story of a woman slowly discovering her true identity into a stalk, fast paced chase through a department store just doesn't quite cut it for me
Oh and gold thimbles all the way, none of this cornfield kid doll business......
What did you guys think ?
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Old 23rd June 2011, 04:59 PM
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I've been saying I'll watch this for ages. Tonight's the night I think!
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